Restaurant Six

Restaurant Six offers a relaxed atmosphere serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Serving classic dishes and indulgent delights – share great food, drinks and cocktails in a contemporary, relaxed environment. Sited in the ground floor of the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, Six is open to members of the public, and also have offers available for members at Smithfield Works.


No.63 Piccadilly, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 1HR

Want to hit the grand slamwich?! Then take yourself down to The Slamwich Club located on Piccadilly Street. Serving up genius flavours and fillings that you or I wouldn’t even think of, the Slamwich Club is a definite must if you’re in the area.

Offering vegan, vegetarian and a specials menu all day long as well as refreshing cocktails like a Blueberry and Basil margherita, The Slamwich club has so many food and drink options that will tickle your fancy.

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33 Piccadilly, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 1EN

With over 200 beers, ales, lagers for you to get your hands on, it’s definitely not slim pickings at Bottle Craft in the heart of Hanley. You don’t have to be a craft connoisseur, their staff will be more than happy to help you find the right refresher.

Bottle Craft also has monthly taster nights and it’s the perfect opportunity to try new beers and learn a little bit of brewing history. With an upstairs event space of 40+ people and downstairs capacity of 70 + people, Bottle Craft would make the perfect space for any party.

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Potbank, Spode Creative Village, Elenora St, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 1QQ

Enjoy a bite with live musicians at The Quarter Cafe, just a mile away from Smithfield. Delivering an array of options, The Quarter welcomes everybody through its doors and caters for all. Whether you’re veggie, vegan or anywhere in between, The Quarter is definitely a gem of Stoke-on-Trent.

Looking for event space? The Quarter accommodates any kind of event, from small table hire to full room hire, you can also add on catering to your package.

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209 High Ln, Brown Edge, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 8QA

Scrumbles is a local independent cake shop based in Brown Edge that specialise in brownies, blondies, cookies and other traybakes. We are always adding more delicious treats to our weekly changing menu, which you will be able to purchase from many local markets, pop ups or at our shop that is open 7 days a week!

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29 Piccadilly, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 1EN

Offering the best cocktails, incredible food, and live music, Bloom is a must-see bar in Hanley’s Culture Quarter.

Picture-perfect and with a mouthwatering menu, you can also book bottomless brunch or afternoon tea to make a real occasion of it.

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Stoke Regent Theatre auditorium


The Regent Theatre

Piccadilly, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 1AP

The Regent Theatre has been a vital part of Stoke’s cultural scene since it first opened as a cinema in 1929.

Now a number one touring venue, you can catch the best of the West End transfers as well as local one-nighters for the perfect event for the whole family.


Victoria Hall

Bagnall Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 3AD

A vibrant music hall, opened in 1888 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Jubilee, the Victoria Hall is another cultural stalwart of Stoke-on-Trent.

Hosting everything from classical music and tribute acts, to engaging talks and comedians, all tastes are catered for.



Stoke Regent Theatre auditorium

The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

The PMAG, next door to Smithfield is widely acknowledged as the finest in the world and other collections of fine and decorative arts, natural science, social history and archaeology have local, regional and national significance. The museum is fully accredited and all the collections, totalling more than 650,000 individual objects, are Designated collections.

In 1972, the RAF gifted a MK.XVI Spitfire to the city of Stoke-on-Trent to commemorate the original designer of the Spitfire, Reginald Joseph Mitchell; a famous son of the City. The Spitfire has undergone extensive restoration at Medway Aircraft Preservation Society Ltd in consultation with the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery curatorial team, and with the support of local organisations Operation Spitfire & the Friends of the Potteries Museum. It is now visible within the Spitfire Gallery.

Even More To See and Do

Mitchell Arts Centre

Founded in 1957, the Mitchell Arts Centre is a venue focused on community and creativity, providing entertainment and educational opportunities.

Featuring a 317-seat auditorium, purpose-build dance studio, and two meeting rooms, the venue is ideal for performances, ceremonies and events of all kinds.

The Spitfire Cafe is also a great place to meet friends, have a hot drink, or indulge in a treat.

Hanley Park

Just a 15 minute walk away from Smithfield is Hanley Park, one of the city’s largest heritage parks. For those looking for some fresh air and greenery, this is the ideal location with 60 acres to explore.

Awarded Green Flag status in 2020, Hanley Park is recognised nationally as a quality green space, and can be used for events including weddings and conferences too.

With a Sports Zone, Sensory Play Area, and Pavilion Cafe, it makes for the perfect day out for the whole family.

Retail Therapy

For those looking for some excellent shopping, you don’t have to go too far.

The Potteries Centre, with over 50 shops, 7 restaurants and cafes and a 9 screen cinema, is less than 10 minutes’ walk away.

Whilst Festival Retail Park is 1 mile from Smithfield hosting a range of larger stores, plus Waterworld, a cinema and bowling alley for even more to do!